Quotemeal: Sep. 30th, 2019

Monday, September 30, 2019

"Have you been called to go out on a limb for God? You can bet it won't be easy. Limb-climbing has never been easy. Ask Joseph. Or, better yet, ask Jesus. He knows better than anyone the cost of hanging on a tree."
— Max Lucado

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Illustration of Max Lucado — "Have you been called to go out on a limb for God? You can bet it won't be easy. Limb-climbing has never been easy. Ask Joseph. Or, better yet, ask Jesus. He knows better than anyone the cost of hanging on a tree."

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Quotemeal is a daily dose of Christian quotes to inspire and encourage.